Warwick Fiji gets five-star rating
Warwick international Hotels is delighted to announce that the Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa has just been awarded by prestigious AAA Tourism, a 5 star rating. AAA Tourism is a private corporation set up in 1999 as the national tourism body of Australia’s Auto Clubs. AAA Tourism provides an array of tourism and travel products and services. These include the production of guides that describe where to go, where to stay, how to get there and what to see and do. AAA Tourism also provides the unique STAR Rating Scheme for accommodation providers.
The Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa is a truly tropical getaway located on Viti Levu in the Fiji Islands. Among Fiji’s top vacation hotels, the resort is a 250-room all-inclusive deluxe hotel located on Fiji’s famous Coral Coast, midway between Nadi International Airport and the Fiji Islands’ capital city, Suva. It has long been one of Fiji’s top holiday destinations.
“It is an honor well deserved after all the physical improvements and efforts that have been done. I would like to thank all the staff for their hardworking and I am proud of having such a devoted team in this beautiful resort.” said Mr. Jamal Serhan, Regional General Manager and Vice President for Warwick International Hotels who was also accorded the Special Citation award for his significant contribution to the tourism industry.
The beach-front Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa is home of the famous restaurant and bar called Wicked Walu which received the Best Restaurant Award’ at the 2009 AON Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards and the “Sunset Bar” which was voted one of the Top 10 best hotel bars in the Pacific area by HotelClub.com and Wayn.com.
Additional first class dining experiences are available to indulge in, including Japanese and Italian, a variety of bars and a nightclub, state of the art conferencing facilities, a pure indulgence beachfront Spa, a FJD$600,000 modern fitness gym, complimentary water activities and nightly entertainment to enjoy. Half a million Fijian dollars have also been spent upgrading the former Caf